Sunday, November 3, 2013

Work in the Pipeline

Details about problem 1
Marked A on adjoining map.

Stone ‘steps’ at path junction and just further downhill require attention.
‘Steps’ need clearing of soil and debris to reinstate a safe footpath. Some stones may need repositioning.




Details about problem 2
Marked B on adjoining map.
Riverside footpath is muddy and slippery even on a dry day (survey day).

Some drainage but manly scraping to reinstate footpath. Some stone steps need uncovering and repositioning to make safe.










Details about problem 3
Marked C on adjoining map.
River bank has been eroded by river and constant use.
Some form of barrier needs to be constructed perhaps using boulders from the river. Inside the barrier needs to be infilled with materials again perhaps stones and/or gravel from the river bed.
Obvious habitats need to be identified and not disturbed.



































Details about problem 4

Marked D on adjoining map.
Footpath is muddy and wet for 100m even on a dry day (as the survey).

Drainage and scraping to reinstate footpath to a reasonable standard.























Details about problem 5
Marked E on adjoining map.
Footpath is muddy and wet for 30m even on a dry day (as the survey).


Drainage and scraping to reinstate footpath to a reasonable standard.


Details about problem 6
Marked E on adjoining map.
Footpath is muddy and wet for 30m even on a dry day (as the survey).



Drainage and scraping to reinstate footpath to a reasonable standard.






















Details about problem 7
Marked F on adjoining map.
Dangerous slope on stony ground requires construction of steps.
2 sets of steps to construct (1 of 8 steps, 1 of 10 steps) + removal of obstructing  tree.



Details about problem 8
Marked G on adjoining map.
Footpath is muddy and wet for 30m even on a dry day (as the survey).
Drainage and scraping to reinstate footpath to a reasonable standard.



Details about problem 9

Marked H on adjoining map.
Footpath is muddy and wet for 20m even on a dry day (as the survey).
Drainage and scraping to reinstate footpath to a reasonable standard + tree removal.


Details about problem 10

Marked I on adjoining map.
Footpath is narrow and overgrown for 20m making route unsafe for children especially.
Cutting back and path widening.



Details about problem 11

Marked J & K on adjoining map.
Footpath is muddy and wet for 150m even on a dry day (as the survey).
Drainage and scraping to reinstate footpath to a reasonable standard + tree removal.
























Details about problem 12
Marked L & M on adjoining map.
Footpath is muddy and wet for 50m even on a dry day (as the survey).
Drainage and scraping to reinstate footpath to a reasonable standard.


 Details about problem 13
Marked N - O on adjoining map.
Some drainage issues, cutting back and general footpath maintenance.